gynandromorph

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gynandromorph

[gī′nan·drə‚mȯrf]
(biology)
An individual of a dioecious species made up of a mosaic of tissues of male and female genotypes.
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These aberrations and several perfect and near-perfect bilateral gynandromorphs (half dark and half yellow) probably reflect developmental anomalies (Blanchard and Descimon 1988) and intersexes but may also be related to somatic modification of the expression or suppression of dark color (Scriber and Evans 1988a).
Hybridization between two species of swallowtails, meiosis mechanism, and the genesis of gynandromorphs.